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A meeting about science and technology parks might not sound exciting to you, but you should check out what it inspired for Bora Zivkovic at A Blog Around the Clock. Bora, who's based in North Carolina's Research Triangle area, says the conference was something of an eye-opener for him about how much of an effect these parks have and what future models might look like.

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